About National Teams

The country’s best athletes earn the honor to represent Team USA at international competitions as a member of the US Squash National Team. US Squash selects, organizes and funds these teams, oversees team development and training, and provides direct financial support to the best American athletes.

US Squash serves as the only national governing body and membership organization for the sport in the United States, driving squash forward at every level, from grassroots to high performance programs. National Team players embody a core element of US Squash’s mission: “achieving competitive excellence at the highest levels.”

U.S. Junior Women Earn Pan Ams Gold; Team USA Brings Home Six Medals

Team USA earned six medals at the 2024 Pan American Junior Championships–including junior women’s team gold–June 16-22, in Quito, Ecuador. The Pan American Junior Championships brought together top juniors from ten different nations in North, Central, and South America competing across individual, team and doubles events. For a third straight year, the U.S. Junior Women's Team pulled off a gold medal-winning run as the top seeds. The U.S. defeated Colombia, Argentina and Ecuador in the final...

U.S. Junior National Team Preps for World Juniors and Pan Am Juniors

U.S. Junior National Team completed a rigorous weekend of training and team building in their final training squad before the Pan American Junior Championships and World Junior Championships, June 8-10, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia. The training squad incorporated a joint approach with both the World Juniors and Pan Ams teams training alongside each other for the first time ahead of the summer's international competitions. In another first for the program, the...

Brownell Becomes First American Man to Reach PSA Platinum Quarterfinal

Team USA's Timmy Brownell made history by becoming the first American man to reach the quarterfinals of a PSA Platinum quarterfinal during the British Open, June 5, in Birmingham. Brownell reached his second Platinum third round of the season with two 3-0 wins over former and current top twenty ranked players. Brownell opened up his tournament by defeating Mexico’s former world No. 17 Cesar Salazar 12-10, 11-9, 11-4 in thirty-four minutes. Brownell then avenged his...